The following email was received by Olive Tree Genealogy. I will be reviewing the site in the next few weeks
Who Am I? New Gale Genealogy Connect Resource Provides the ‘How To’ to Answer that Question
Farmington Hills, Mich., August 27, 2012 — Gale, part of Cengage Learning and a leading publisher of research and reference resources for libraries, schools and businesses, today announced the launch of Gale Genealogy Connect, a new online tool for genealogical research. Focusing on the “how to” of genealogical research along with unique source materials, Gale Genealogy Connect serves as a complement to popular fact, date and people-based genealogy resources already on the market.
“With Gale Genealogy Connect we are opening up a treasure chest of resources for current and future genealogists as this is the first time much of this information is available in an online, searchable database,” said Gerald Sawchuk, publisher for public library solutions at Gale. “Instead of spending countless hours scouring a book for mention of a family name, users can quickly search across multiple information sources, making the research experience much more efficient and exciting.”
Additional features of Gale Genealogy Connect include -
· an engaging user interface with translation into 38 languages,
· unlimited and simultaneous 24/7 access,
· seamless cross-searching across all Gale Genealogy Connect collections,
· ability to print, save, email or share articles, and
· multi-page PDF viewing recreating the book experience.
Content is divided into six convenient bundles, giving libraries a variety of purchase and subscription options to meet their needs.